CodeX Meeting: 10/5

I’m turning the mic over Roland Vogl,  Executive Director of CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics to tell you about this Thursday’s CodeX Meeting that address Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and natural language processing technology: —Monica Bay

Roland Vogl: Our next CodeX meeting is this Thursday (10/5), from 1.30 p.m to 2.30 p.m. pacific time, in Room N102 of the Neukom building of SLS (or via Zoom link below). (For remote attendees see below for access information.  )

Our guests will be (presenting remotely):

 

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Jonathan Petts, Co-founder, Upsolve.

Upsolve provides software to help people automatically generate the paperwork they need to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, with the aim of making bankruptcy filing an accessible option for low-income Americans who cannot afford lawyers.

 

Matt Osman, Co-Founder & CEO, Legit Patents.

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Legit Patents’ initial product uses patent-pending natural language processing technology to accelerate and enhance the invention disclosure process — augmenting how a potentially patentable idea is first documented and brought to the attention of a company’s legal department.

Intelligentsia: CodeX FutureLaw & More

 

 

See you then!

Roland

 

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Meeting ID: 446 972 791

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Compiled by Monica Bay, CodeX Fellow and freelance journalist. She is a member of the Calif. bar.  Email: mbay@codex.stanford.edu.  Twitter: @MonicaBay.

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